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for the boston marathon bomber. a person of interest spotted on surveillance video. >>> and robert de niro joins us to talk about the film festival he launched to help new york city after its own terror attack. >> we begin with today's eye opener, your world in 90 seconds. >> i can't hear. i can't hear. get out of here, please get out of here! >> a massive plant explosion levels the small texas town. >> as many as 15 people kill. >> more than 160 people injured. >> everything that was like something out of a hor movie. >> destroyed dozens of homes. >> it registereded as a magnitude 2.1 earthquake. >> everybody needs to get away from there! >> we are missing several firefighters on the scene fighting the fire. >> the material that exploded in the fertilizer plant contains toxic fumes. ma . >> blast area is massive. just like iraq. >> leveling an apartment complex and badly damaging a nearby nursing home. >> some of the things i've seen are unbearable. completely a nightmare. >>> in boston, authorities identified the face of a person of interest captured on video. now trying to get that person's n
. and his inspiration, robert de niro in this movie. >>> good evening. and thanks for being here on a sunday night, as we do begin with that anxious wait. world leaders wondering if and when north korea will make a move. after weeks of escalating threats, some believe a missile launch could come at any moment. it is already monday morning in north korea. and they are celebrating the birthday, there, of that country's founder, kim il-sung. that's him on the left there. his grandson, kim jong-un on the right. and he is the young and untested leader behind the escalatining rhetoric and tensions with the south. from south korea tonight, this image, mocking the grandfather and grandson, after they rejected a new offer to ease tensions. bob woodruff, standing in seoul, south korea, again tonight. >> reporter: for secretary of state john kerry, japan is the last and arguably most tense leg of his asian tour. while he spent some of his time visiting public sites, the bulk of the day was about solving the crisis with north korea. >> the biggest priority is a peaceful resolution to the issues of north
to blow through this prison door. how his wife helped him. and his inspiration before, robert de niro in this movie. >>> good evening. and thanks for being here on a sunday night, as we do begin with that anxious wait. world leaders wondering if and when north korea will make a move. after weeks of escalating threats, some believe a missile launch could come at any moment. it is already monday morning in north korea. and they are celebrating the birthday of that country's founder, kim il-sung. that's him on the left there. his grandson, kim jong-un on the right. and he is the young and untested leader behind the escalating rhetoric and tensions with the south. and from south korea tonight, this image, mocking the grandfather and grandson, after north korea rejected a new offer from the south to ease tensions. abc's bob woodruff, standing watch in seoul, south korea, again tonight. >> reporter: for secretary of state john kerry, japan is the last and arguably most tense leg of his asian tour. while he spent some of his time visiting public sites, the bulk of the day was about solving t
. the modern day gangster fashioned himself after criminal characters in hollywood movies like robert de niro in "heat." at a certain time he actually wore a mask like demenie niro's character while rob ang bing an mored truck. this weekend he allegedly held five people, including four guards, at gunpoint before blasting the prison doors open with explosives. >>> on to florida now where a port canaveral police sergeant has been fired for owning shooting targets that are meant to resemble slain teenager trayvon martin. martin was the teen who was shot and killed last year by neighborhood watch volunteer george zimmerman. cnn affiliate wesh reports sergeant ron king brought the tarts to a gun range earlier this month, then offered them to other officers. >> he offered one of our other officers a target that was the profile of trayvon martin, the officer rejected that and told him to -- that he should put those back in his car and shouldn't even possess something like that. >> fired officer ron king went on youtube to defend himself. he says the martin targets were a "no-shoot training aid." >>
to meet with robert deniro is $1,500. >> deniro and copollo, how are their stocks? mike? >> we have been following the apple stock but we will reverse that and their stock headed in the weekend. if you enjoy the heat, it is not that far away. we will talk about what is going on now at 5:17, live doppler 7 hd showing it is dry this morning. if you drive into the clouds, you may get some mist but that is it. now, the temperatures all across san francisco from 50 in forest hills to the mission district at 54 and same around the ferry building and presidio and san francisco, downtown, and the glen park and the temperature is 52 in ocean beach. it is 49 in palo alto and saratoga. downtown san jose is right here but we will talk about clouds which will linger longer so it will be cooler weather today. it will be cloudy and cool tonight and the clouds will start to become less and less overnight with marine layer fading and that will on the door to the summer warmth sunday and next week. clouds are still filling in most our neighborhood through at least 9:00. by lunch the east bay valley and th
's with robert de niro in "heat." he held five people including four guards at gunpoint brn blasting the prison doors with explosives to escape. our frederic plight kinn is live from london. fred, how it believed faid got explosives to allegedly do this? >> reporter: yeah, that's really the big question. if you look at the security in that prison it really seems as though there were serious lapses. one of the things we're hearing, apparently that prison has way too many inmates in it and also simply not equipped to deal with people like that. one of the things that seems unbelievable, fred, apparently people, the guards, at that prison, they are not allowed to search the prisoners all the time. they can only do that on a random basis. it's believed someone might have brought the explosives in there. a substantial amount of explosives. because he didn't bust up just one door. he blasted open five prison doors and then went through those with his four hostages that he. the prison guards. he went out of the prison, a get away car, dumped it. set it on fire. another car, now authorities are trying
by films like "heat." even wearing a hockey mask, just like robert de niro. once outside the prison, faid released the guards before fleeing in a getaway car, which was later found torched. 100 french investigators are searching for the notorious gangster they say is armed and, quote, especially dangerous. david? >> lama hasan on the criminal feat in france tonight. lama, thank you. >>> and to a very different feat in this country tonight, the hunt for the prestigious green jacket at the masters golf tournament in georgia. tiger woods was hoping to cap his comeback with a victory there. but then came controversy for tiger. abc's rob nelson, watching from the sidelines in augusta tonight. >> reporter: perhaps the greatest stake for tiger woods in the storied masters is not that iconic green jacket. but his own legacy. >> i made a mistake. >> reporter: an honest mistake, woods called it. the most memorable moment in the tournament, when he violated a golf rule by illegally repositioning his ball. at first, there was no penalty. after a public outcry and an admission by woods, a two-stroke p
in new york city. robert de niro and other celebrities kicked off the tribeca film festival. >> we're out for you. you'll come out. we're out here right now because you know, we know how important to make right the rest of our days. >> the festival runs through april 28th. back here in hollywood, stars came out to support jennifer aniston with a lifetime movie "cally craze -- cally crazy". you won't see her in front of the camera. she's prot duser. >> the challenge was to create five films that were entertaining, inform tiff. >> funny man tracy morgan joining as this year's host of the bill board music awards saying quote how can you say no when prince is going to be there? sounds like fun. you can catch the show here on abc. >> still ahead on abc 7 news at 4:00 what messages said. >> i yim once belonging to christopher dorner is now up for auction. what the pawn shop wants to do with the money. >> trance forming a new exploratorium. amazing show you'll see tonight, how >>> federal authorities say substance that is believed to be contained in receipters sent to president obama and a repub
that happens. >> still not about the pugs. >> we had a good time. i never worked with de niro. i've of course run into him and diane. >> you hadn't worked with de niro. >> they allow only one woman per film usually and maybe one is old and one is young and they hate each other automatically because of that. so we don't see each other very often. and katherine heigl and worked again with topher. >> robert redford was here for his movie "the company you keep" and play a former '60s radical who turns herself in. >> it's about becoming a movie star. yeah, it was -- redford is an old friend. we hadn't worked together since i was a baby. when we filmed it it was actually during the hour of spring so it was a very interesting thing to revisit -- i had forgotten what started everything, you know, what atmosphere, the context in which all this happened and the dilemma that these people saw but like i added with shia, anything you would risk your life for? we forget how lucky we are. >> in the midst of these tragedies looking at the boston children's chorus and watching those bombings in boston hits ho
de niro. carl azuz has a preview of what's playing this weekend in theaters. an intense game for the giants today as they redeem >> this modern family tries to survive a wedding they are forced to pretend to be married after their adopted son mothered it decides to attend. >> just pretend to be married. >> robin williams, susan sarandon. and it is rated " r ". themselves from yesterday's two to one loss against the padres. the orioles connected on back to back home runs in the fourth inning to power their way past the a's seven-to-three. a's starter a.j. griffin pitched seven innings -- giving up four runs while striking out seven and walking two. josh donaldson matched his career high with four hits and two r-b-i's. this loss is the fourth straight loss for the a's and the eighth loss in the last nine games. the a's finish up their four-game series with the orioles tomorrow behind starter bartolo colon. the n-f-l draft came to a close today. and the 49ers added seven new players to their roster. wide reciever quinton patton. running back marcus lattimore. defensive end quin
spotted on surveillance video. >>> and robert de niro joins us to talk about the film festival he launched to help new york city after its own terror attack. >> we begin with today's eye opener, your world in 90 seconds.
" each wearing a hockey mask just look robert de niro. once outside the prison. fayed released the guard before fleeing in a getaway car, later found torched. 100 french investigators are now searching for the notorious gangster they say is armed "and especially dangerous." lama hasan, abc news. >>> in el paso, texas it took 200 pound of dynamite and mere eight second to bring down what used to be the ten-story city hall building. the demolition is part of the revitalization plan for the downtown area. once the rubble is all cleared away construction is set to begin on a new triple baseball stadium. >> pretty good implosion as far as implosions go. >> yeah. >> powerful april blizzard hammering the northern plains leaving parts of north dakota buried under a foot of snow. snow came down fast, furious, strong wind. whiteout conditions. visibility so bad. 100 mile stretch of interstate 94 had to be shut down. and more snow in the area today. it will be coming down in north dakota again along with minnesota, the rockies, west of denver getting snow, as well as higher elevations in the northw
talked about bradley cooper, david o. russell, robert de niro. so basically -- >> christian bale in it. >> yes. >> and amy -- >> did "the fighter." >> and amy adams. >> so i would imagine it's going to be a strong picture. >> who's not in this actually? >>> hey, what time of fat o'clock? >> pardon me? >> a new scientific -- an unscientific survey commissioned by a diet supplement brand says there are certain days and times that are real danger zones for anybody watching their weight. sunday nights are the worst for snacking, especially 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. other diet danger zones, between 3:00 and 5:00 and friday, saturdays and sundays. i want to know what aren't danger zones. everybody at 10:00 a.m. eat. >> good on monday. >> you know, this job, you have that extra meal. you have to fight the urge to have like that fourth meal. >> i do get that late afternoon -- >> oh, i definitely do. >> the energy is low. >> you want those carbs. >> a couple bags of m&ms and you're rearing to go. >> thankful thursday and, boy, are we thankful for these pictures. that is 3-month-old austin getting
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stars. >> robert deniro, susan sarandon. it's a waste of talent. complete waste. i found myself -- i didn't laugh once. i gave it two out of five. skip it. wait for the rental. >> steve: all right, kevin mccarthy, thank you very much. have a good weekend. >> thanks, guys. >> brian: does robert deniro say yes to everything? >> steve: apparently. >> brian: straight ahead. >> gretchen: are you buying a home? 44% cheaper than renting in some areas. so where can you get the best deals like this one under 150,000? more like that coming up. >> brian: first on this day in history 1980, blonde's "call me" was the number within song. she's the blond one. ♪ call me ♪ you can call me any day or night ♪ ♪ call me [ male announcer ] what are happy kids made of? bikes and balloons, and noodles on spoons. a kite, a breeze, a dunk of grilled cheese. catches and throws, and spaghettio's. a wand, some wings, s puddles and pails and yes, puppy dog tails. for a lunch like this, there's a hug and a kiss. because that's what happy kids are made of. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. we beli
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in robert de niro. they're look at you. communicating with you. people enjoy them for that. >> enjoy them? >> stephanie: people in florida are weird. can i just say? >> i hate to seat slime trail they leave. -- i hate to see the slime trail they leave. >> stephanie: who would want [ bleep ] giant rat-sized snail? >> ke$ha. >> stephanie: we locked eyes. i know what you're saying. okay. but they don't realize the devastation they can create if they're released into the environment where they don't have any natural enemies. in seven weeks each female can produce 1200 eggs a year. yikes. will emerge from the ground after florida's rainy season ends. [ screaming ] >> import a bunch of frenchmen. >> stephanie: buy more butter. don't be left unprepared. >> they have python problem in florida and now they have sinkholes and now -- snails the size of buicks. >> stephanie: that sounds awful. >> and your hair would frizz. >> stephanie: not since that appearance for a miami station in august. my '80s hair again. [ explosion ] pay for a blowout straightening and i ironed it. like a minute and a half a
, star-studded comedy, "the big wedding." robert de niro, catherine heigel, susan sarandon, and diane keaton and robin williams. their biological son gets married and conservative biological mother decides to attend the wedding. >> would somebody please punch me in the face again? i don't know, what are we talking about? >> oh, i -- >> wait a second. >> it was. >> she cheated on you first. >> what? >> what? >> why? >> what do you mean why? >> how could you? >> i was really very unhappy at that time. >> this one panned by the critics. big time. from a critic at "the new york times" -- the screen play is chopped up into smutty sound bites constructed around the notion that casual obscenity delivered by respected actors of a certain age is hilarious. it is embarrassing. from "usa today's" critic, may take a glass of champagne or two to get through the big wedding. ouch. >> makes the first movie sound like it is the one to go see. >> you know what i will not go see this weekend "the big wedding." >> exactly right. >> a shame to have all the great stars and script doesn't deliver. >> too f
. we are behind it. >>> turns out robert de niro is a martini man but not just any martini will be. in a memo at the tribeca film festival bartenders were told explicitly only the following, please gin, no vermouth mixed with bottled cucumbers and ice, shaken vigorously specifically says the note 40 seconds longer than they learned to in bartender school so the ice would be in little chips and must be poured into a chilled stemmed glass and filled only two-thirds of the way up so mr. d. doesn't spill. pretty specific but sounds really good. >> suddenly the tribeca film festival is very interesting. i think i'll love those movies. >> i think so. >> i think you will too. >>> finally, it's time for love on this terrific tuesday. take a look. >> where's your girlfriend? there she is. where's your girlfriend? where's your girlfriend? good boy. >> where's your girlfriend? good boy. >> keep your paws off this little lassie. she's his girlfriend and he's a little possessive. >> wagging his tail as he was doing it? sweetest thing. >> thank you, lara, very much. hi there, sam. >> we'll try t
the fockers and i'm de niro and i'm watching -- >> so far, i'm doing great. >> all right. just pretend that we can all see the needle going -- >> no, everything i've said so far has been -- >> the scary thing is, he believes all this stuff. i don't think you register, your pulse is not even changing. you're like -- >> do you agree with that too, though? just in terms of what we've seen is it 70% that have come from spending cuts and 30% from revenue? >> but that all assumes that you believe that the problem is equal on both sides this has been a spending problem. none of the spending challenges have been addressed. >> but are those the correct numbers, jim? >> it's the money you're saving on interest. you double counted revenues and you say those are the real numbers because the cbo comes up with it? >> as usual you're bringing in lots of extraneous information. and jim may say that's an absolutely fine split, but that's the split so far. >> is any of this about painting -- you just said it again, the republicans are obstructionists, is any of this about posturing about taking back the house.
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